The Use Of Beauty Creams For Oily And Acne-prone Faces?
Afternoon.rnDoc I am the type of person who has acne and oily skin. And I use a doctor’s concoction cream. But for me, when I use cream, it always matches. I’ve changed the cream more than 3 times with a close distance.rnPlease provide the information. What’s the correct way to switch/change from using cream to another cream?
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People with oily skin types tend to get acne more easily. This is because, the production of sebum (oil) that accumulates on the skin can create an excellent field for acne-causing bacteria, namely Propionibacterium acnes, to multiply and trigger inflammation in the pilosebaceous glands. Coupled with other factors, such as poor personal hygiene, use of inappropriate skin care products, hormonal changes, unhealthy eating patterns, stress, pollution exposure, lack of sleep, and so on, this condition makes it easier for acne to appear which makes the skin easier to develop. looks duller.
One of the ways to treat acne in people with oily skin is by giving creams, including those containing benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, azelaic acid, and so on. However, the choice of cream or skin care product should be discussed directly with a dermatologist and genital specialist. Because, in addition to assessing your skin type, the doctor also needs to evaluate what problems appear on your skin along with a history of other diseases that you suffer from. Also included in the cream replacement procedure. This condition should be directly supervised by a doctor, so it should not be careless. This of course can make acne and oil buildup on the skin worse.
Cream work to deal with acne and excess oil production on the skin is not instant. It will take at least 1 to 2 months for you to see significant changes. This is because, your own skin needs time to regenerate properly. So, you should not rush to change the cream if it is not recommended directly by the doctor, right?
In addition to using a cream from a doctor, you should take care of your skin health in the following ways:
Clean your face regularly 2 times a day with a special cleansing soap for oily skin, which is water-based (gel) without alcohol. Don't touch your facial skin too often, especially with dirty hands. Don't squeeze or pick pimples forcibly. Use sunscreen when doing activities outside. outdoors Stay away from the skin from pollution and other irritants Don't wear too thick cosmetics Drink a lot, eat vegetables and fruit Don't stress or sleep late Hope it helps ya..
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